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Hollywood star Colin Farrell feared he would die filming new BBC drama The North Water

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BBC series, which focuses on a whaling expedition, was shot in treacherous conditions in the Arctic, where the temperature plunges to -35 degrees.And that wasn’t the only worry – there was also the chance of being eaten by a polar bear.Hollywood star Colin, 45, said: "I did feel death was just around the corner at any given time, that we were one mistake away from someone falling into the Arctic sea and either very quickly getting hypothermia or sinking under the weight of a waterlogged costume."There were also polar bears around, that are beautiful and elegant and majestic, but also apex predators!"The cast and crew spent almost a month shooting in the Arctic for the show, set in 1859.That meant being cut off from the real world.

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